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The chief source collection for medieval German history is the Monumenta Germaniae historica . Of the writings of the great German historians of the 19th cent., the monumental works of Ranke , Sybel , and Treitschke remain important. Among more recent works, see those of G. Barraclough, V. Valentin, E. Eyck, A. J. P. Taylor, G. P. Gooch, H. Kohn, F. Fischer, K. Epstein, E. Kehr, and G. D. Feldman.

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